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earcos board members staff about earcos the eastasia regional council of overseas schools is an organizationof113memberschoolsineastasia.theseschoolshaveatotalofmorethan 82,000pre-kto12thgradestudents.earcosalsohas111associatemembers textbookandsoftwarepublishersanddistributors,universities,financialplanners architecturalfirms,insurancecompanies,youthorganizations,etc and 21individualmembers membershipinearcosisopentoelementaryandsecondaryschools ineastasiawhichofferaneducationalprogramusingenglishastheprimarylanguageofinstruction,andtootherorganizations,institutions,andindividualsinterestedintheobjectivesandpurposesofthecouncil tim carr president general information sean o maonaigh vice president larry jones secretary earcos holds one administrators conference every november and one teachers conference every march in addition earcos funds several weekend institutes hosted by member schools throughout eastasia earcos alsoorganizesameetingforearcosheadsofschoolseveryapril earcos publishes its newsletter the earcos triannual which is distributed to its members three times a year and a directory of all of its members objectives and purposes tom hawkins treasurer anne fowles director at large topromoteinterculturalunderstandingandinternationalfriendship throughtheactivitiesofmemberschools tobroadenthedimensionsofeducationofallschoolsinvolvedinthecouncilin theinterestofatotalprogramofeducation toadvancetheprofessionalgrowthandwelfareofindividualsbelongingtothe educationalstaffofmemberschools tofacilitatecommunicationandcooperativeactionbetweenandamongallassociatedschools deidre fischer director at large brent mutsch director at large tocooperatewithotherorganizationsandindividualspursuingthesameobjectivesasthiscouncil earcos staff david toze director at large connie buford regional education officer east asia eac conference coordinator vitz baltero administrative assistant etc conference coordinator elaine repatacodo membership coordinator it coordinator ver castro dick krajczar executive director robert oldread assistant director webmaster/newsletter weekend workshop edzel drilo robert viray accountant

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welcome message from the earcos board president dear delegates welcome to the 2009 earcos administrators conference this year we are back for another thrilla in manila as we gather together in this land of gracious hospitality in the heart of our region with four decades of such conferences to boast we are pleased yet again to have assembled an impressive slate of keynoters and workshop leaders which will no doubt stimulate an excellent learning experience special thanks to our ceo dick krajczar his new associate bill oldread and the stellar earcos office crew for their outstanding work in preparation for this conference earcos has been blessed in recent years as our region has largely enjoyed rapid economic growth despite gyrating global fortunes in the past decade our schools have generally thrived while our membership has increased substantially even the most severe financial crisis of our lifetimes this past year has thus far not impacted us as deeply as we d feared our resilience is in part due to the vibrant international learning community that we have become we ve learned that reaching out to one another sharing good ideas and innovative practices and offering support and advice when needed are all keys to our collective success guided by our strategic plan including our mission vision and core values earcos is intentionally striving to foster meaningful collaboration and enhanced learning for the students and adults in our schools our conference theme inspiring students to change the world speaks to the core of our mission and vision earcos strives to inspire adult and student learning through its leadership and service and fosters intercultural understanding global citizenship and exceptional educational practices within our learning community this is one audacious mission and it is exactly the one that we need right now in these challenging times with a tumultuous global economy tremendous poverty and a fragile planet our role as educational leaders has never been more important our keynote speakers jesper koll geoff green and alan atkisson in addition to our impressive slate of workshop presenters will challenge your thoughts and stimulate profound learning your colleagues will then help you to integrate and apply these ideas so that you can go back and enhance the learning in your schools thank you in advance for your active participation and for helping our conference theme to become a reality warmly tim carr american school in japan earcos president earcos president american school in japan tim carr dear delegates welcome to the earcos administrators conference eac 2009 and the edsa shangri-la manila the theme inspiring students to change the world is a major task in all of our earcos schools it is exciting to be back in manila the home to three earcos member schools and where our home office is located at the brent school this september 26 manila had its worst flooding in 40 years many of our schools contributed to various organizations to help fund recovery projects and i am happy that we are here to support the manila economy in the aftermath of typhoon ondoy our host schools for this conference are i.s manila headed by david toze and brent international school headed by dick robbins they have assisted with much of the logistics for which we are grateful the philippine hospitality is reflected in having former president fidel v ramos open our conference the eac has three excellent keynote presenters in jesper koll board member asij alan atkisson geoff green 10 preconference offerings and 108 workshop sessions geared to meet the needs of our administrators and boards of trustees earcos appreciates our administrators who have volunteered to present workshops we also appreciate the international school of kuala lumpur board chair martin rushworth for working with john littleford to facilitate the board member workshop these efforts help to make earcos the great organization that it is thanks to tim carr our board president and members of the earcos board for their leadership and vision they provide invaluable guidance in implementing our strategic plan which is in its fourth year i hope you find the time to meet them all and let them know if you have any helpful suggestions they are a great group of colleagues providing service and direction to our organization finally it is always my wish for our delegates to make good contacts be challenged by our presenters renew friendships and enjoy earcos hospitality visit our exhibitors and let them know you appreciate their sponsorship that help us provide the best conference possible thanks to our staff of bill vitz elaine edzel robert and ver i m proud and happy to be the director of this wonderful organization richard krajczar earcos executive director dick krajczar and the earcos team executive director earcos administrators conference 2009 3

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table of contents 2 3 5 6 8-9 10-11 12 14 earcos board members staff welcome message from the earcos board president earcos executive director conference at a glance earcos strategic plan meeting banquets-floor plan earcos registration information earcos board meeting preconferences welcome orientation for new heads of earcos and earcos board opening cocktail reception catholic protestant service 1st day of conference november 1 2009 welcome to delegates welcome remarks by president fidel v ramos former president of the philippines keynote address by jesper koll school board preconference earasbo preconference 16-17 18-19 session 1 session 2 mrisa lunch meeting iasas lunch meeting acamis lunch meeting jcis lunch meeting brent international school administrators meeting annual general meeting for earcos heads only job-a-likes filipiniana night bazaar reception the bayanihan the national folk dance company of the philippines will perform breakfast meeting for heads of a/os assisted schools wasc breakfast meeting for earcos accreditation committee 2nd day of conference november 2 2009 film showing shanghai earcos film festival international school manila dance co featuring dalagang filipina opening remarks announcements keynote address by alan atkisson leadership seminar usf washington state university athletic directors institute 24-25 26-27 28-29 session 3 session 4 session 5 evening free tours iss head of school meeting breakfast meeting for heads of small indonesian schools 3rd day of conference november 3 2009 opening entertainment by brent school apac choir opening remarks announcements keynote address by geoff green leadership seminar usf washington state university athletic directors institute 32-33 34-35 36-37 38-39 40-41 session 6 session 7 special session associate members presentations session 8 apac head of schools athletic directors meeting session 9 cocktail reception and welcome to exhibitors and earcos board members gala dinner wenesday november 4 2009 marilyn george margaret alvarez david l flynn serving on a cis cis/wasc or cis/neasc visiting committee presenters biography conference delegates 41 44-54 58-64 20 22 reminders to all delegates name tag are required at all conference sessions and social events 30 4 earcos administrators conference 2009

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conference at a glance earcos registration desk hour october 29 2009 october 30 2009 october 31 2009 november 1 2009 location basilan 13:00-19:00 07:00-22:00 07:00-19:00 07:00-18:00 15:30-16:00 19:00-22:00 tea coffee break sponsored by fast train filipiniana night bazaar reception and the bayanihan the national folk dance company of the philippines will perform thursday october 29 2009 earcos board meeting 08:30-16:00 friday october 30 2009 08:30-16:30 council of international schools board meeting international school leadership program usf/wsu 08:30-16:00 leadership through partnership ltp open to earcos heads school board chairs only 08:30-16:30 wasc training wasc focus on learning accreditation training 08:30-17:00 apac athletic directors meeting 17:00-18:30 acamis board meeting saturday october 31 2009 08:30-17:00 apac athletic directors meeting preconferences 08:30-14:30 08:30-16:00 08:30-16:00 wasc visiting committee chair training school board preconference business managers preconference earasbo bambi betts effective teacher evaluation for improved learning lynne coleman facilitative leadership leading engaged collaborative groups in realizing the school s mission and vision bill kenta josh reckord building an organizational toolkit for school leaders mike millercase competing for the big bucks oh yes we can maureen neihart teaching the inner game of high achievement chris toy school leadership for a culture of learning in the 21st century leadership seminar usf/wsu council of international schools agm general meeting welcome orientation for new heads of earcos schools and earcos board opening cocktail reception monday november 2 2009 2nd day of conference 06:45-07:45 breakfast meeting for heads of a/os assisted schools wasc breakfast meeting for earcos accreditation committee 08:00-16:30 hospitality lounge by sodexo 08:00-08:10 film showing shanghai earcos film festival 08:10-08:20 international school manila dance company featuring dalagang filipina 08:20-08:30 opening remarks announcements morning greetings by dick krajczar and sean o maonaigh earcos board 08:30-09:30 keynote address alan atkisson title big lessons from a small planet how to put sustainability and systems thinking to work in your school sponsored by insurance services international 08:00-16:30 apple open lab 08:00-16:30 leadership seminar university of san francisco washington state university 09:30-10:00 tea coffee break sponsored by western association of schools colleges wasc 10:00-11:15 athletic directors institute 10:00-11:15 session 3 11:25-12:25 session 4 12:30-13:00 tea coffee break sponsored by gbg tiecare 13:00-14:00 session 5 14:00 evening free 14:30 tours sign up at the registration desk 14:15-16:30 iss head of schools meeting rob ambrogi tuesday november 3 2009 3rd day of conference 06:45-07:45 breakfast meeting for heads of small indonesian schools 08:00-16:30 hospitality lounge by sodexo 08:00-08:10 opening entertainment by brent school apac choir 08:10-08:30 opening remarks announcements morning greetings by larry jones earcos board 08:30-09:30 keynote address geoff green title inspiring generation g sponsored by buffalo state suny 08:30-16:30 apple open lab 08:30-16:30 leadership seminar university of san francisco washington state university 09:30-10:00 tea coffee break sponsored by x2 development corporation 10:00-12:45 athletic directors institute 10:00-11:15 session 6 11:30-12:30 session 7 12:30-13:45 lunch sponsored by university of san francisco perkins eastman 12:30-13:45 special session associate members presentations 13:45-15:00 session 8 14:00-15:00 apac head of schools athletic directors meeting 15:10-16:15 session 9 16:00-18:00 wasc serving as a visiting committee member 17:30-18:30 cocktail reception reception and welcome to exhibitors and earcos board members 19:00 gala dinner wednesday november 4 2009 08:30-16:30 marilyn george margaret alvarez david l flynn serving on a cis cis/wasc or cis/neasc visiting committee 16:15 17:30-18:00 19:00-21:00 08:30-16:00 sunday november 1 2009 1st day of conference 07:15 protestant service to be led by david wilcox catholic service 08:00-08:30 welcome to delegates tim carr earcos president dr connie buford regional officer office of overseas schools u.s department of state dick krajczar earcos executive director welcoming remarks president fidel v ramos former president of the philippines 08:30-09:30 keynote address jesper koll title post crisis global realities from kamikase capitalism towards what sponsored by international schools services iss 08:00-16:30 hospitality lounge by sodexo 08:30-16:30 apple open lab 08:30-16:30 leadership seminar university of san francisco washington state university 09:30-10:00 tea coffee break sponsored by lehigh university 10:00-16:30 school board preconference continued 10:00-16:30 earasbo business managers preconference continued 10:00-11:15 session 1 11:20-12:30 session 2 12:30-13:45 mrisa lunch meeting iasas lunch meeting acamis lunch meeting jcis lunch meeting brent international school administrators meeting 13:45-14:30 annual general meeting for earcos heads only 13:45-16:30 job-a-likes earcos administrators conference 2009 5

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earcos strategic plan earcos mission earcos inspires adult and student learning through its leadership and service and fosters intercultural understanding global citizenship and exceptional educational practices within our learning community earcos vision strategy c develop collaborative educational partnerships within the region as well as worldwide to foster access to expertise earcos develops collaborative relationships with external organization that support the needs of earcos member schools strategy d connect schools communities and individuals through the use of effective latest technologies to promote collaboration intercultural understanding and access to broader educational opportunities 1 earcos schools use a range of technologies that support collaborative efforts and staff development 2 in collaboration with earcos universities provide e-learning opportunities that allow for staff development and credentialing opportunities 3 the earcos web site is a valuable tool offering a broad range of collaborative services enhancing staff and student development and a resource for educational opportunities within earcos 4 earcos supports data driven decision-making through the use of electronic survey instruments strategy e conduct relevant research and communicate resulting data to identify and enhance exceptional educational practices earcos sponsored grant process financially supports action research by and for earcos members pertinent to the educational process in asia core values to support the earcos mission we will provide targeted and differentiated professional development opportunities for member communities engage adults and students in learning activities across the region that will promote friendship understanding and global citizenship develop collaborative educational partnerships within the region as well as worldwide to foster greater access to expertise connect schools communities and individuals through the use of technology to promote collaboration communication intercultural understanding and access to broader educational opportunities conduct and communicate research and archive relevant data to identify and enhance exceptional educational practices in accomplishing its mission and vision earcos will play a prominent leadership role throughout the global educational community strategies and list of results strategy a provide specific targeted and differentiated professional development opportunities for various member communities 1 list serves/web page resources facilitate inter-school communication regarding issues relevant to specific disciplines or job categories 2 subject-specific conferences meet the professional development needs in selected disciplines or job categories both at the major conference site and at separate stand-alone conferences at different locations and times 3 consortiums of schools based on professional development interests and needs collaboratively identify and support the best practices 4 faculty in earcos schools share expertise to support targeted professional development needs at the school site 5 a cohort of trained affordable facilitators is available to work with boards and trustees throughout the region 6 earcos facilitates a mentor program for new school heads and new principals 7 earcos through its aspiring leadership programs encourages its members to pursue leadership positions 8 offering a greater choice of breadth and/or depth at the major annual conferences earcos develops new and varied formats for conferences strategy b engage students and adults in learning activities across the region that will foster friendship understanding and global citizenship 1 earcos sponsors an annual student leadership conference 2 student service projects are recognized and supported by global citizen awards and grant program for students and adults 3 earcos facilitates virtual education projects that support student learning foster friendship understanding leadership and intellectual challenge earcos believes all individuals have intrinsic worth their dignity and value are enhanced when they are honored and nourished diverse and inclusive communities nurture the well-being and growth of individuals and organizations learning is continuous and essential for individual growth and the advancement of society individuals and communities have the need and capacity to learn and grow individuals and communities are responsible for helping supporting and serving others individuals and communities are responsible for stewardship of the natural environment individuals and communities are responsible for the choices they make integrity honesty and striving for excellence are essential to our purpose goals all member schools use earcos as their primary resource for the professional development of their learning community earcos activities positively impact intercultural understanding 6 earcos administrators conference 2009

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meeting banquets floor plan shangri-la hotel manila philippines theedsashangri-lahotel,manilaistheonlyfive-stardeluxecity-resortconventionhotelinmanila,philippines.situatedattheortigas centreinmandaluyongcity,thehotelsitsadjacenttotwomajorshoppingcomplexes,andisashorttaxiridefromthemakaticentral businessdistrictandmanilainternationalairport thehotelofferstwotowerscontaining632incredibleguestroomsandsuites,eachwithviewsofmanila scitysplendororedsashangri-la stropicalgarden.fourinternationalrestaurantsandanarrayofprivateloungesofferguestsnumerouslocalesinwhichtodine andexperiencetheuniqueasiancultureedsashangri-laoffers theseamenitiescombinewiththerecentlylaunchedchi,thespaatshangri-latoprovideguestswithanexceptionallyhighlevelof eleganceandpersonalservice garden wing ballroom garden wing function room 8 earcos administrators conference 2009

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meeting banquets floor plan tower wing function rooms tower wing ballrooms earcos administrators conference 2009 9

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registration room october 29 2009 october 30 2009 october 31 2009 november 1 2009 08:30-16:00 13:00-19:00 07:00-22:00 07:00-19:00 07:00-18:00 earcos registration earcos registration earcos registration earcos registration basilan basilan basilan basilan thursday october 29 2009 earcos board meeting sampaguita 08:30-16:30 friday october 30 2009 council of international schools board meeting international school leadership program university of san francisco washington state university international school manila rosal kamia 08:30-16:00 leadership through partnership ltp open to earcos heads school board chairs only john littleford establishing an effective successful relationship between the head and chair this program focuses on the key elements of a healthy successful working partnership between heads and board chairs including agreement on the frequency and method of communications the principles of good practice the appropriate evaluation of the head the chair and the board overall and the damaging behaviors to avoid wasc training wasc focus on learning accreditation training this one-day interactive wasc session will examine the essentials of the focus on learning self-study process and the many ways it can be adapted to a school s situation the session will provide an opportunity for earcos educators to examine strategies inherent in focus on learning that support the school s assessment of student learning in relation to school wide student learning goals and curricular objectives/standards during the latter part of the session there will be a panel of earcos educators who will share how they adapted the focus on learning process for respective schools including its integration with strategic planning this session enables participants to become eligible for serving on wasc visiting committees apac athletic directors meeting acamis board meeting 08:30-16:30 santan 08:30-17:00 17:00-18:30 sampaguita lubang saturday october 31 2009 08:30-17:00 apac athletic directors meeting sampaguita preconferences 08:30-14:30 marilyn george wasc visiting committee chair training the workshop will prepare earcos educators to chair a wasc visiting committee the roles of keeper of the vision regarding ongoing school improvement and manager of the visiting committee will be examined there will be insight and advice shared by earcos educators who have already chaired full and mid-term visits school board preconference facilitator john littleford board governance 101 maximizing and enjoying your new trustee role powerful case studies will illustrate how trustees function effectively and avoid common pitfalls the workshop will review the principles of good practice including terms for trustees and chairs the role of the key subcommittees managing leadership transition thinking and acting strategically and avoiding micromanagement and understanding appropriate boundaries and channels batanes 1 08:30-16:00 kamia 10 earcos administrators conference 2009

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saturday october 31 2009 preconferences 08:30-16:00 business managers preconference earasbo continues on sunday after keynote facilitators sarah daignault marc levinson business officers institute this session will be an interactive session with the attendees and the faculty the morning will begin with a case study that focuses on the major financial aspects of operating a school in challenging economic times this will lead into a discussion of the current financial situations in earcos schools as well as an examination of the role of the business manager the afternoon will be focused on developing best practices in the area of hr and employment law what are current practices in earcos schools what should business managers and schools be doing in this critical area is there a teacher shortage how do you work to retain the staff you want bambi betts effective teacher evaluation for improved learning the data are consistent from every source quality teaching is the most essential ingredient in an effective school so how do school leaders best contribute to ensuring quality in the classroom through appraisal this workshop is designed to provide those involved in the evaluation or appraisal of teachers in international schools with a set of practical skills for putting an effective evaluation program in place designed to have maximum impact on student learning it will be useful to school heads principals and other school leaders who evaluate and supervise educators through a series of active learning opportunities participants will explore answers to the following questions what are the purposes of teacher evaluation what are the essential components of an effective evaluation program what criteria should be used to evaluate teacher performance and progress what are the inherent problems and issues of evaluation programs what data sources are most effective are there unique features of teacher evaluation programs in international schools what are the key learnings from teacher evaluation research from the last decade lynne coleman facilitative leadership leading engaged collaborative groups in realizing the school s mission and vision we will look at the administrator as the steward of adult learning in the school and community participants will examine adult learning theory how is it that adults learn and how do processes and protocols help support productive and efficient learning in the school and community through the day participants will 1 learn and practice strategies to engage administrators teacher leaders and other community members in the work of the school 2 select from among a variety of protocols to design and facilitate effective efficient agendas 3 put the adults in your organization in the center of their own learning in order to improve student learning 4 learn and practice ways of looking at data that provide focus and power to school improvement efforts bill kenta josh reckord building an organizational toolkit for school leaders tools techniques and organizational strategies to use in challenging times participants will receive tools for problem solving decision-making handling difficult others and improving communication and capacity in organizations a prime focus will be on how we can build a core cadre/team for organizational development support within your organization and the earcos region mike miller case competing for the big bucks oh yes we can major gift fund-raising is the backbone of a successful advancement effort accounting for 80 percent of annual funds 90 percent of capital campaigns and a significant portion of special events increasing numbers of international schools are establishing ongoing major or leadership gifts programs in the belief that prospects both individuals and corporations give the most when the approach is customized and timed to meet their personal interests needs and circumstances every major gift/leadership donor is different and therefore it follows that every major gift solicitation is different some consider each ask a mini-campaign in its own right what are the common elements of a successful solicitation what activities and structures ensure success in this preconference workshop participants will get tools for major/leadership gift prospect identification and research rating and screening as well as tips for fostering a school environment that embraces philanthropy starting with the head and the board we will explore how to set appointments strategies for making major gift asks when to successfully use your head and board and how to incorporate the all-important components of cultivation recognition and stewardship into your already busy day the ultimate goal is for participants to leave with the tools they need to start or enhance an international school major gifts program room santan palawan 2 lubang boracay 2 mactan 2 earcos administrators conference 2009 11

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saturday october 31 2009 preconferences 08:30-16:00 maureen neihart teaching the inner game of high achievement what do coaches trainers athletes and musicians know about talent development that most educators ignore they know that making the transition from ability to achievement takes more than talent and hard work it requires psychological readiness mental and emotional competencies that drive performance they know that these skills are not innate but can be cultivated and shaped to help talented young people negotiate the sometimes grueling terrain of talent development we need to provide them with more than academic skills we need to equip them with psychological tools they can draw on when the going gets tough this hands-on workshop will describe seven mental competencies that drive performance and demonstrate practical strategies for developing them this participatory workshop aims to build participants skills in coaching talented people to high performance chris toy school leadership for a culture of learning in the 21st century participants in this workshop will clarify their own and colleagues vision of learning with technology activities will model leadership strategies for supporting faculties in using technology for learning administrators will reflect on their roles as educational leaders in the 21st century they will then transfer and apply workshop activities and online tools to their own work as school leaders participants should bring laptops 08:30-16:00 16:15 leadership seminar university of san francisco washington state university council of international schools agm general meeting room boracay 1 mactan 1 rosal palawan 1 17:30-18:00 new heads of earcos schools and earcos board welcome orientation for dr krajczar s suite check at the registration desk 19:00-21:00 opening cocktail reception isla ballroom reminders to all delegates name tag are required at all conference sessions and social events 12 earcos administrators conference 2009

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sunday november 1 2009 1st day of conference 07:15 protestant service to be led by david wilcox catholic service room palawan 3 palawan 1 08:00-08:30 welcome to delegates isla ballroom tim carr earcos president dr connie buford regional officer office of overseas schools u.s department of state dick krajczar earcos executive director welcoming remarks president fidel v ramos former president of the philippines 08:30-09:30 introduction of the speaker roger hove keynote address sponsored by isla ballroom jesper koll post crisis global realities from kamikase capitalism towards what what forces will shape the future global outlook was it markets that failed greedy investors corrupt corporate leaders or bad government can a future crisis be prevented can asia move from global factory to true global leader what tools do future leaders need where will they come from and who will pay for their education biography a noted economist financial analyst and investor jesper koll is the president and ceo of tantallon research japan kk a tokyo-based investment advisory firm he set up in june 2007 koll has been researching and investing in japan since becoming a resident in 1986 previously he served as the chief economist of merrill lynch japan for eight years before that he was a managing director at the tiger fund and before that he was the head of research and chief economist for jp morgan in tokyo for the first three years of his japan experience he worked as an aide to a member of parliament over the past decade koll has been consistently ranked as one of the top japan strategists his analysis and insights have earned him a spot on several japanese government advisory committees he has written two books in japanese towards a new japanese golden age and the end of heisei deflation he is also one of the few non-japanese members of the keizai doyukai the japan association of corporate executives jesper has a masters degree from the school of advanced and international studies at john hopkins university and was a research fellow at both tokyo university and kyoto university he is a graduate of the lester b pearson college of the pacific he is married to kathy matsui and their two children have been at asij since pre-k 08:00-16:30 08:30-16:30 08:30-16:30 09:30-10:00 10:00-16:30 hospitality lounge by apple open lab leadership seminar university of san francisco washington state university tea coffee break sponsored by bohol sulu rosal school board preconference continued facilitator john littleford assisted by tim carr and school board chair open to all board members attending the conference topic address in various issues this will include presentations and group discussions pertaining to current issues facing our earcos schools earasbo business managers preconference continued facilitator sarah daignault marc levinson lunch garden wing kamia 10:00-16:30 lunch garden wing santan 14 earcos administrators conference 2009

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iss educational staffing is headed overseas again in 2010 where bangkok will be our first recruiting venue of the year contact us to obtain registration details for your school or to update your professional file to interview at our international recruitment centers registration deadline is december 1 2009 2010 ircs bangkok thailand 5­9 january 2010 boston ma 7­11 february 2010 administrative recruitment day­8 feb philadelphia pa 15­18 february 2010 iss partnered with council of international schools iss educational staffing princeton new jersey 08543 usa 609.452.0990 edustaffing@iss.edu www.iss.edu international schools services building a global foundation for education since 1955

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